Great expectations – what happened next for our 2014 class of rising stars

Great expectations – what happened next for our 2014 class of rising stars

The 2014 GC Powerlist focused on the rising stars of the in-house community. Three years on, we look back at the career moves of our line-up Featured in this year’s GC Powerlist, UniCredit’s global head of capital markets for legal, Alex Ainley, offers some advice to junior lawyers embarking on a career in-house: ‘When the …

Life during law: Lord Dyson, 39 Essex Chambers

Life during law: Lord Dyson, 39 Essex Chambers

I’ve enjoyed every minute as a barrister and a judge. Two careers. I’ve been privileged. I didn’t want to be a lawyer. Even when I went to Oxford I didn’t know. I thrashed around, then stumbled into the Bar. I wanted to do something in the real world. My father was always starry-eyed about the …

The new black – the spin and substance behind collaboration

The new black – the spin and substance behind collaboration

Collaboration has become the new innovation – the quality clients are supposed to want and progressive law firms strive to deliver. Does the reality match the hype? ‘Why are so many restaurants now featuring windows that let you peek into their kitchens, or seating you as close as possible to the chefs? Because customers have …

‘Riddled with rogues and corruption’: Quinn Emanuel’s Jagusch on modern arbitration

‘Riddled with rogues and corruption’: Quinn Emanuel’s Jagusch on modern arbitration

Arbitration today is full of routine corruption and rogue elements disrupting the process, argued Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan’s Stephen Jagusch QC (pictured) at Legal Business’s International Arbitration Summit in November. The second annual arbitration event held at The Brewery saw a panel comprising a quartet of silks, including Jagusch, Boies, Schiller & Flexner’s Wendy …

Quinn Emanuel’s Jagusch says modern arbitration has become ‘riddled with rogues and corruption’

Quinn Emanuel’s Jagusch says modern arbitration has become ‘riddled with rogues and corruption’

Arbitration today is full of routine corruption and rogue elements disrupting the process, argued Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan’s Stephen Jagusch QC (pictured) at Legal Business‘s International Arbitration Summit in November. The second annual arbitration event held at The Brewery saw a panel comprising a quartet of silks, including Jagusch, Boies, Schiller & Flexner’s Wendy …